The final five-figure buy-in event of the PokerStars European Poker Tour London, inside the Hilton Park Lane has come to an end, with Adam Miller taking home the £10,300 EPT London High Roller trophy along with the £312,383 up top after a deal was reached at heads-up play.
The American cash game specialist and former Deliveroo Chief Financial Officer took down his first major high roller title, much to his surprise.
“I wouldn’t have expected that of the tournaments that I’ve played, winning the £10K high roller was the one that I was going to bink but I’ll take it” Miller said after the his winner photo.
“There were definitely a lot of crushers in the field but I think I played well and kept my composure. Like anything you have to kind of get a good run of cards to win these things”
Miller, who has made London his home for the last ten years, entered heads up play with a sizeable chip lead over Renan Bruschi and earned the victory following a top-60 finish in the EPT £5,300 Main Event, as well as making the final table in the 8-Game Mix. He topped the 158 entry field, which created the £1,532,600 prize and paid the top 23 players.
|1||Adam Miller||United States||£312,383*|
|4||Alex Keating||United States||£123,100|